JFK airport taxi system hacked so drivers could skip the queue

Two men have been charged with with two counts of conspiracy to commit computer intrusions, which carry a maximum sentence of 10 years, after hacking the taxi dispatch system at New York’s JFK airport. 

Working with Russian hackers, US nationals Daniel Abayev and Peter Leyman concocted a plan whereby taxi drivers would pay them to hijack the dispatch system in order to arrive at terminal ranks first, as opposed to waiting in line. 

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